HARI works within the heart of Japanese ancient medical systems, Kototama.
Its theoretical foundation is based in the Five phase/dimensional model derived from the Japanese classics Koji-kiand Nihon-Shoki and grounds itself clinically with Ki (E-Ki) evaluation Pulse dx. methods. The Hari systemhas a flexible approach to local treatment which draws from the strengths of various Japanese classical acupuncture practices and the Chinese classics Su Wen, Ling Shu, and Nang Jing.
Life-style Hari study develops the practitioner’s awareness in the meditative stage that is Kū 空---Mu 無 and high dimensional quality of Ki.
Date & Time:
Sundays: 8:00am-5:00 pm
PLACE: CULIA KI CLINIC
Takayuki Koei Kuwahara L.Ac.,
President of the Hari Society
1-1. October 20, 21, 2018
1-2. November 17, 18,
1-3.December 15, 16
1-4.January 19, 20, 2019
1-5.Februry 16, 17
1-6.March 23, 24
Please go to the NewMexico Hari webpage given below.
Then downroad those sample handouts for preparation for coming class.
(Option 1):Whole Core Fundamentals Hari Series – learn the entire scope of Hari medicine in six weekend modules. Saturdays focus on Root treatment and Kototama. Sundays focus on supplemental and advanced treatment modalities incorporated into Hari medicine.
*Those who graduate the Whole Core Fundamentals series become Hari Society members and are eligible to join any Hari Society chapter. Graduates also are granted one year’s free membership in the Hari Society Boston chapter (see member benefits at bottom of this document)
(Option 2):Introduction to Hari – learn the basic philosophy and methodology of Hari medicine - with no commitment to attend the entire series, with the option of continuing
(Option 3): Sundays taken individually – each Sunday can be taken as a separate module and features a supplemental modality used within Hari medicine. Practitioners not familiar with Japanese Meridian Therapy will find these supplementary systems accessible and be able to take techniques learned back to their practice.
GOAL AND TOPICS OF FUNDAMENTAL HARI PROGRAM
(Option 1): Whole Program:
Six-Weekends including Sunday advanced supplementary clinical systems workshops.
(Option 2): Introduction:
(2-1) October 20, 21 2018 “Introduction to HARI”
The first weekend seminar, “Introduction to Hari,” may be taken without commitment to the entire 6-month series.
(Option3): SUNDAY WORKSHOPS
Advanced supplementary clinical systems in HARI
(3-1) November 18th, Extraordinary Vessel tx. and Shigo methods
(3-2) December 16th Kigai and Ketsubon tx.
(3-3) January 20th Advanced Pulse Position/Pulse Quality diagnoses
(3-4) February 17th Bloodletting and Cupping methods
(3-5) March 24thShoni Hari
CEU: NCCAOM credits 1 CEU per hour of approved class time
A large portion of the program is dedicated to hands on training and telepathic intuition feedback. This is the key to really learning Hari and producing results in our lives.
Class size will be limited (only nine students) to ensure proper supervision. Therefore, early registration with full payment is advised, submitted to the host office of the program.
HARI CLINIC: CULIA KI CLINIC
Hari Program students will have the option to observe Mr. K's treatments at Saturday morning CULIA CLINIC practice as an additional free educational experience.
WHO YOU WILL STUDY WITH
Takayuki Koei Kuwahara, L. Ac.
OFFICE AND REGISTRATION
Deadline: Application submission and payment for the entire program is due October 1st, 2018.
$150.00 (***NO REFUND) will reserve your seat.
(Option 1): Whole Six-Weekend Program $1800.00 for Acu-students, $2100.00 for professionals. Re-take: ½ - off tuition, (for current Hari Society members)
(Option 2): First Month “Introduction to HARI” (no commitment to take the series): $325.00 for Acu-students, $385.00 for professionals.
(Option 3): Each Sunday is $194 for Ac-students and Hari Society members, $280 for non-members.
Grayson Wood D.Ac., President of the Boston Hari Society
Please make checks payable to Boston Hari Society and mail to:
Joan Dedian, L.AC, 34 Lanes End, Natick, 01760
Please indicate "Hari Program" on the note area of your check.
Or call Grayson Wood to pay with credit card (add 3.5% for credit card fee)
*** A written cancelation made up before the Deadline will result in a full refund, less a $25 processing fee
*** NO REFUNDS ON CANCELLATIONS MADE AFTER DEADLINE DAY NOTICE.
Those enrolled in the full program are responsible for the entire tuition regardless of attendance or completion.
Boston Hari Society Member Benefits:
Discounted seminars – repeat Core Fundamental series 50% off tuition. Other seminars up to 30% off.
Invited to monthly member meetings – Kototama chanting and meditation and technique practice with other members. Highly beneficial for your continual growth!
Granted entry into the Hari Society referral network
A small community of like-minded practitioners
Eligible to join any other Hari Society chapter in other cities
Essence of Hari Practice:
Know oneself for the beginning of the universe (Ho/Tonification) and How to tune up our Rhythm (Sha/Dispersion).
Diagnostic process and Treatment in updated Hari focuses on:
Three dimensional steps to assess the SHO (Pattern of Unbalance and Treatment Strategy).
1.Intuitive (focus on Kototama=Shin/Kami and SHO)
2.Traditional Japanese Medicine (E-Ki and Ei-Ki flow - Change in the meridians)
3.Traditional Chinese Medicine (Ki flow and its effects in the physical body)
Emphasizing pulse and superficial skin palpation dx. as well as clairvoyance through your hands and in your meditative state of mind. With Teishin (Ultra-Thin Teishin) method. we refine our palpation and Ki diagnosis skills, learn and practice live point location and finding “Volcano points” and Hara Ki dx.
We will refine our Feeling of the obtaining, Coming and Going of Ki, while focusing on “Ki arrival”, the liberation of Ja-Ki, and Long Distance tx. method (Shinkiko).
Ki feedback methods: Evaluation of the tx.
The evaluation system centers on the E-Ki changes in Aha-mation (telepathic intuition) or feedback from changes in patient’s and/or practitioner’s pulse to monitor the before, during, and after treatment.
Advanced Diagnostic Methods
A)Easy and quick Abdominal Ki Dx by points on the Hara, the re-discovery of the HT SHO, and usage of the HT channel for SP SHO.
B)SHO determination for Root with SHIGO, Extra Vessel system.
And needless to say,…
We brush up on our original Japanese meridian therapy work
²Determining the Primary and Secondary SHO (Pattern of Unbalance and Treatment Strategy)
²Point selection, based on Nanjing Ch. 68, 69, 75
²Comparative I-Ki /ST-Ki (Dif. and Ex.) dx. and Jaki effects (Pulse quality) dx. in Six Positions
²Study best forms and movements for Oshide/Sashide, Body and Spiritual posture
QUALITY AND POWER UP OF the HARI
QUALITY and POWER UP of the HARI
Ki & Breathing Exercises in Kototama Meditation
We practice Hari in meditative stage with Kototama words to heighten the quality of our Ki, and power up through Ki-breath exercises.
Advanced supplementary clinical systems in HARI
(3-1)November 18th, Extraordinary Vessel tx. and Shigo methods
EV and Shigo treatments will support your overall clinical efficacy. For excess symptoms - such as pain – relatively simple methods (Magnet for EV and NON-insertive Gold needle #10-30 for Shigo) can produce quick and dramatic results. These two systems are first line adjunct therapies in Hari medicine and support the treatment of the root diagnosis.
(3-2)December 16thKigai and Ketsubon tx.
Two microsystems located at dynamic points of the body – where the head and neck meet the body and where the body meets the legs. Ketsubon (ST10-11) and Kigai (ST29-30) are used to deeply harmonize the flow of Ki throughout the body to treat symptoms and supplement root treatment.
(3-3) January 20thAdvanced Pulse Position/Pulse Quality diagnoses
The degree to which each meridian is affected by disease processes and the location thereof can all be discerned through the pulse. Improve the accuracy and detail of your pulse image with deeper understanding of pulse quality in the six positions.
Master the 8 basic pulse qualities and recognize the 23 pulses detailed in the Classic of Pulses
Learn the qualities of a healthy pulse vs a diseased pulse to discern a client’s condition
Recognize the appropriate pulse qualities according to 5 Element and Zang organ theory
Understand how to interpret the pulse to adjust techniques and find appropriate live points
Learn Hari medicine’s secret tool for mastery – pulse quality as biofeedback, a research method for group practice, self-learning, and our life.
(3-4) February 17thBloodletting and Cupping methods
Learn to master ancient techniques for profound effects. These methods can be used for both excess and deficient Blood stasis conditions. This workshop is taught with a focus on clinical efficacy so that participants may immediately incorporate it into their practice safely and effectively.
(3-5) March 24thShoni Hari
This pediatrics workshop is ideal for practitioners looking to develop a gentler manner, with a focus on non-insertive techniques. No experience in Traditional Japanese Medicine is necessary. Although the techniques are designed for children, the techniques can be used on anyone. You will learn new skills that can be immediately applied into your clinical practice.
In this seminar learn how to…
Recognize & treat common pediatric complaints
Use unique diagnostic techniques; special emphasis on refinement of palpation
Adjust Shonihari techniques based on age & health of the patient
Provide whole-body treatments for all ages
Hari Progarm Boston Handouts 2018
SHIRAKU Advanced Seminar
Specialized Japanese Bloodletting and Cupping Therapies
Date: 10th (Sat) and 11th (Sun) of JUNE 2017 9:00am - 5:00pm
Fee: Tuition: Professionals: $385.00 (Hari Member 10% off) Ac-students: $325.00